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Why people sign up Clixsense and never use it. » Post #11

Wed Mar 29, 2017 06:18 in General Talk

I just know from years of experience.

People with full time jobs and families, do not have much time at a computer.

What those people are looking for is money, not compensation.

At ClixSense, members get compensated for viewing ads, completing surveys, etc.

People with full time jobs and or families, simply do not have the time nor do they want to take the
time to make a cent here and a quarter there.

It's not that those people are focused on getting rich. I hear that all the time from others how they
don't become interested in ClixSense because they are only interested in getting rich. Not true.

What they are interested in is making substantial amounts of money by using the computer only
minutes or an hour or two per day. They are interested in making enough ongoing money that
they can quit their job and work at home.

This isn't to say that every person that has a full time job and families, don't use ClixSense. It is
to say if you were to talk to a thousand people that joined ClixSense and only used it a short period
of time, they would probably tell you one or more of the following:

-I don't have time
-It's not worth it to me
-that isn't money, it is chump change
-I can't waste my time promoting something for a dollar

This is exactly why illegal ponzi schemes and other scamster programs often make a mint. People
flock to paid to surfs like gnats on corn. Sign up, Log In, Pay $100, Surf 12 Pages, Get Paid $200.
Takes 5 minutes a day.

As it goes:

-You can spend an hour promoting a dime program or You can spend an hour promoting a hundred dollar program.
Either way it goes, you spent an hour.

You have to open your eyes and be realistic and honest with whatever you are doing. Try to
understand what people want and what you have available to give. Then go after those people.
Sure you can promote here or there and every where. However, those that tell it like it is, will
come more to having active referrals.

1981 Zombie Movie » Post #4

Tue Mar 28, 2017 16:55 in General Talk

What we become

That does sound familiar but I will look it up and see if I can find it.

Why people sign up Clixsense and never use it. » Post #4

Tue Mar 28, 2017 16:52 in General Talk

You probably said a mouthful Arvind9.

People that work full time, are generally not searching for a little extra money.

If you are someone that lives in the USA, for example, and you're working 40 hours a week,
bringing home $300 to $500 a week on upwards, have a child or two in school, you are most
likely not looking for a time consuming program that will net you a few dollars a month for what
small amount of time you have online.

It's interesting you bring this up because I was reading a blog today that I happened upon.
She said that she makes approximately $1,000 per month give or take. She does surveys,
GPT, etc. She said she had a full time job but the pay wasn't that good and she wanted to
be at home with her small children. It sounded as though her husband has a good job and
it really was not worth it for her to work a job she didn't like, didn't pay well, and have to
pay a babysitter. She decided to quit her job and stay at home with her kids. In the process
she discovered doing surveys and such, she could manage about $1,000 a month. THIS is
ONE MAIN type of person you are searching for when recruiting.

You got to be honest with people and talk to them just like they were standing next to you:

Hey, are you a stay at home mom or stay at home dad? Are you retired? Do you spend
hours online daily wondering aimlessly? How would you like to make some easy extra
money, like me? I make a few extra hundred dollars a month doing simple things like
viewing ads and taking surveys. Oh sure, you may be thinking that is not for you because
you don't want to download anything. Guess what? NO downloads! I tell you what, if you
go over here to this one website that has been online for over ten years, sign up, fill in
your profile, then send me an email, I will tell you exactly what I do to make free money
online. I won't take you by the hand because I can't reach you but I will do the next best
thing and that is guide you all the way with my free step by step plan. How bout it? Nothing
to lose by clicking and a lot to lose by not clicking. Go for it, right now before I change my
mind. :)

1981 Zombie Movie » Post #1

Tue Mar 28, 2017 14:13 in General Talk

For you walking dead/zombie lovers, there is an old zombie movie that you might like.
It's probably free online since it is from 1981.

I watched it the other night on Amazon prime and I thought I had watched every movie
ever made from 1981 but I was wrong.

Anyway, if you want to see an old fashion take on a zombie, watch it:

Dead and Buried

Anyone watch Ellen? » Post #1

Tue Mar 28, 2017 14:05 in General Talk

Anyone watch the Ellen show?

Poll Fish » Post #11

Mon Mar 27, 2017 08:23 in Your Stats

You deserve a balloon! All I have is a face. :puppy:

Mobile » Post #4

Mon Mar 27, 2017 08:21 in Hindi

What I suggest is to go to the Hindi sub forum and ask them.

I will move this topic there.

Be creative part 2 » Post #6

Mon Mar 27, 2017 08:13 in General Talk

I was thinking about the stones of years ago, perfectly placed together and weighing tons.

Could it be giants visited from outer space and built all that?

If they did, then of course people looked very tiny to them.

Also, if the giants were hungry, they could eat the tiny people.

Be creative part 2 » Post #3

Mon Mar 27, 2017 08:08 in General Talk

I have an idea for you.

Make a giant with little people in it.

bring back » Post #24

Mon Mar 27, 2017 08:06 in General Talk

Most importantly, trees release oxygen.

none can be ignored » Post #13

Mon Mar 27, 2017 06:02 in General Talk

Allow me to attempt rudeness....

Topic Locked

Mobile » Post #2

Mon Mar 27, 2017 05:56 in Hindi

I don't know what you are saying.

ClixSense is not configured for mobile.

You are not allowed to configure ClixSense in any way whatsoever.

In regards to your own mobile device there are many Apps for sending and receiving payments
such as Samsung, Vemo, PayPal, etc.

Do a google search. Also you might want to look in your own country sub forum here 'Hindi'.

Apps » Post #1

Sun Mar 26, 2017 11:38 in General Talk

Apps, Apps, and more Apps.

DON'T post spam.

Have you found any good helpful Apps?

I ask because I have been loading Apps onto my new cell phone. I place my local news station App, various
Google Apps, Facebook, Avast, Walmart, Roku, eBates, Netflix, etc.

Have you found any good ones?

bring back » Post #17

Sun Mar 26, 2017 08:47 in General Talk

Stores in the USA do not use paper bags any more. It's plastic.

Plastic Plastic Plastic and more Plastic.

bring back » Post #15

Sun Mar 26, 2017 06:12 in General Talk

As I sit here looking out my window, I can see the largest tree on my property.
It's a large oak tree. Nothing attractive about it. The squirrels seem to really
like it and there is some large openings in it further up the tree.

Some times when at my desk, as I am now, I am almost entranced when I
look out the window at the old oak tree. I guess the word 'wonder' would be
more appropriate. How long has that tree been there? How long did it take
to grow? Did someone plant it?

When I look at that tree, I know it is hundreds of years old. Maybe over a
thousand years old.

IF that tree was to fall, was to be destroyed, could another tree really take
it's place? NO, it never could. You could plant a fast growing pine but it
would not be an oak tree. If you plant another oak tree like it, another
hundreds if not thousands of years before it grew up big and strong like it's
predecessor.

Where I sit was once a tree. Now it is a house.

No matter what anyone says, our forestry is and has been depleting and has
been for many years.

I buy new phone and get more calls from unknown » Post #15

Sat Mar 25, 2017 07:37 in General Talk

Oh I really like TracFone and have never had issues with them at all.

I don't think phone calls have anything to do with the phone. It of course may have something to
do with the phone number but that can happen with any service.

I was on Verizon for many years and paid a monthly fee and I received unknown calls from time to
time not to mention wrong numbers.

For me, I know everyone that is going to call me and have them in my contacts. For example if I
get a call from Bob, it is going to display 'Bob calling' and I answer it. If it doesn't display who it
is, I don't answer it.

A cell phone is not extremely important to me. Most my calls come in on my landline. I do really
like TracPhone due to the reasons I stated. Rarely do I ever need to buy more minutes. 1200 minutes
a year is usually enough and by the time the next year rolls around, I simply buy a new phone with
the triple minutes included again.

I am not one to yak yak on a phone. My conversation goes something like this:

Hello
Yes
I will be there at 9.00
Bye

or

Hello
Yes I saw it
Bye

or

Hello
Are you going?
Me too.
Bye

A long phone conversation for me is 2 minutes.

people calling me bro on chat,haha! » Post #9

Fri Mar 24, 2017 17:02 in General Talk

zegon wrote: They call me 'dude' in the chat , maybe i look too old out to be their 'bro' :lol:

You are hilarious and that was a good one. :lol:

payment after Paypal is out » Post #2

Fri Mar 24, 2017 16:56 in General Talk

Read the Update about it then maybe you will understand that ClixSense is NOT the only site
that no longer has PayPal.

dreaded flu captivated me for a week! » Post #2

Fri Mar 24, 2017 06:18 in General Talk

I'm glad you are feeling better. Nothing worse than being sick.

This year I did take the flu shot. I probably wouldn't have except I was in the hospital with
that gallbladder surgery and they kept pressing I take it so I did. Maybe my taking it was a
good thing because shortly thereafter, everyone around here seemed to have the flu....schools
were even closed for a few days but I never got sick at all.

I worked in health care for many years and I rarely if ever got sick from anything. I equated
that to being immune to sickness since I was around sick people daily.

What did you say your husband does? I think you said some kind of work he does that takes
you from your main country to the UK.

I buy new phone and get more calls from unknown » Post #8

Thu Mar 23, 2017 18:01 in General Talk

Sarge25 wrote: Happening to me a lot lately with my mobile, someone somewhere has handed my number to a 'third party'. Two unknown numbers which I ignore keep calling me, I think they got the message as they've now stopped and I forget the site names but there are some pretty useful sites to check if it's E.T calling or not. ;)

I have no idea what a tracfone is. :mrgreen:

A TracFone is a brand/company that sells mobile phone minutes and also makes cell phones
and works with cell phone maker companies to produce phones for them.

The phone I have is a Samsung made cell phone with an Android operating system that works
in conjunction with TracFone.

Often there will be TracFone's you can buy that will offer a special deal such as double or triple
minutes for life of the phone. This means if you were to buy 50 minutes, you would actually
get 100 minutes if you have the double minute offer.

I always buy the triple minute offer phones.

I have a landline and home most the time and make and receive most my calls this way.

I no longer need a contract phone so for the past several years, I have gone the no contract
way using TracFone's.

My recent purchase is a Samsung Galaxy Luna. It came with 1200 minutes, 1200 text, and
1200 data. Included is the charger and car charger in addition to the skin/case. I can purchase
minutes any time I want and will receive triple the amount. After one year from activation I
will need to reactivate the phone by making a purchase of minutes and/or another year of
service minutes.

I paid $99 and you see, I probably won't even use all the 1200 minutes/text/data in a year.
It's a smart phone, wifi enabled.

When the year is up, I might continue to use it and buy more minutes. Most probable, I will
just buy a newer TracFone at that time.
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